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Are elementary particles actually more elementary than quasiparticles?
Quarks and leptons are considered elementary particles, while phonons, holes, and solitons are quasiparticles. In light of emergent phenomena, such as fractionally charged particles in fractional ...
Mar 6 '12 at 11:29
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